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Judge awards Sh4m to girl who was strip-searched by police - Nairobi News

29 days ago, 10:19

By: Sam Kiplagat

The High Court has awarded Sh4 million to a high school female student who was strip-searched by police officers two years ago.

High Court judge John Mativo said the police violated her dignity, right to privacy as well as Children’s Act.

The young girl was stripped naked and photographed after she was arrested in a bus carrying drunken students travelling home for the holidays.

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Judge awards Sh4m to girl who was strip-searched by police - Nairobi News

29 days ago, 10:19

By: Sam Kiplagat
The High Court has awarded Sh4 million to a high school female student who was strip-searched by police officers two years ago.

High Court judge John Mativo said the police violated her dignity, right to privacy as well as Children’s Act.

The young girl was stripped naked and photographed after she was arrested in a bus carrying drunken students travelling home for the holidays.

Read More

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